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de·mar·ca·tion also de·mar·ka·tion (dē′mär-kā′shən)
1. The setting or marking of boundaries or limits.
2. A separation; a distinction: a line of demarcation between two rock strata.
, from demarcar
, to mark boundaries
(from Latin dē-
; see de-
) + marcar
, to mark
(from Italian marcare
, from Old Italian, of Germanic origin
; see merg-
in Indo-European roots
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Tenders are invited for construction of pillar for demarkation
on both side of phalgu river under gaya urban area
This rule does not depend on the particular form of a government or on the particular demarkation
of the boundaries of its powers, but on the nature and objects of government itself.
7 (SUNA) - The Joint Sudan-South Sudan Committee for Demarkation
of Borders held its firs meeting , Sunday, at the Grand Holiday Villa under auspices of the African Union Borders Program .